Openpay has extended its footprint with major partnerships with Bunnings Online, Hanes Australasia, The Just Group, Tontine and Total Tools, rolling out in October and November.
Openpay provides customers with a tool to finance all of their purchases in one app and gives them access to flexible buy now, pay later payment plans.
Openpay has cemented its position in the automotive, health and pet care industries with signings this year including Bupa Health Services, National Vet Care, and Best Drive, along with its expansion into the lifestyle sector with Seed Heritage, French Connection and Nine West.
Openpay CEO Michael Eidel says the new partnerships demonstrate that the business is there for its customers when they need – and want – to make purchases that suit their lifestyle.
“Whether they’re shopping for themselves or purchasing a gift, these new merchant partners can cater to a variety of our customer’s shopping needs, and we can cater to their financial needs, giving them smarter ways to better manage cash flow,” he said.
“We want to support customers across the board, not just for the big-ticket items, and we’re confident that these new partners will help deliver the products and solutions that they’re looking for.”